Manhattan Hotel

Address: 247 Scheiding Street, Pretoria, Gauteng, 0007, South Africa | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 247 Scheiding Street, Pretoria, is near National Zoological Gardens of South Africa, Smuts House Museum, Fort KlapperKop Military Museum, and Museum of Natural History.
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      Travel Blogs from Pretoria

      Joburg and Pretoria... not all its hyped up to be

      A travel blog entry by benn0r on May 16, 2014

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      ... wasn't until next Saturday. I guess that shows how drunk we were. We crashed out for a few more hours and got up closer to midday. The plan was to do a bit of shopping for me as some of the shops near Paarl dont have much in the way of range, and I brought next to no winter clothes with me. We went to a shopping centre nearby and bought some new stuff and had a coffee, then headed to a nearby pizza restaurant to meet up with Candice's sister and her husband. They had a ...

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      ... BazBus.

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      De Wilts Cheetah Park

      A travel blog entry by africa1213 on Jan 30, 2013

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      De Wilts cheetah park been a sanctuary for cheetahs since 1971. Cheetah were quickly becoming extinct and Ann van Dyk started a breeding program. After some trial and error she has bred about 500 cheetahs. We first walked to the honey badgers and meerkats that have been rescued for a variety of reasons, mainly caught by farmers for stealing the honey or causing problems with their livestock. A video presentation about the sanctuary and cheetahs in general which I learnt ...

      A little bit of work and a little bit of play

      A travel blog entry by keithandialaska on Apr 05, 2012

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... is not that bad after all. Rona then fetched me and we went to see Jana her daughter where she is working in the publishing department under the library. They have funding to digitize old books, manuscripts, magazines etc. She showed us the first book completed – a priceless edition of Dr Livingstones travels – one copy has now been printed and the original will be preserved in a special acid free sealed bow. Her current project is digitizing old ...

      A brilliant experience

      A travel blog entry by diberry on Aug 15, 2011

      1 comment, 17 photos

      ... us the National Anthem on his recorder for which of course Dave gave him a donation. People have a huge range of ways of getting money such as this as they are so desperately poor and you have to admire their ingenuity. We then went to the Hector Pieterson Museum which commemorates a massacre of schoolchildren by the police in 1976 . After that we went to a restaurant called Sakhumzi which is right next to Archbishop Tutu's house, where he still lives, on Vilakazi Street. We ...